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McConnell is said to believe impeachment
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Posted By: Dreadnought, 1/12/2021 6:06:58 PM

Sen. Mitch McConnell, the Republican leader, has told associates that he believes President Donald Trump committed impeachable offenses and that he is pleased that Democrats are moving to impeach him, believing that it will make it easier to purge him from the party, according to people familiar with his thinking. The House is voting Wednesday to formally charge Trump with inciting violence against the country. At the same time, Rep. Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., the minority leader and one of Trump’s most steadfast allies in Congress, has asked other Republicans whether he ought to call on Trump to resign

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Doc1 1/12/2021 6:08:39 PM (No. 658364)
Tell the 74 million Americans who voted for him that!!!!! I don't think they would agree.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Chiritwo 1/12/2021 6:10:47 PM (No. 658366)
You have got to be kidding, McConnell. Have you forgotten that President Trump worked and is still working for the people and that we stand behind him. What you think is irrelevant to me.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: zuker5 1/12/2021 6:11:01 PM (No. 658367)
I’m no fan of cocaine Mitch, but I don’t believe this for a second. Seems more like the NYT’s trying to create a narrative. Surely Mitch knows that this would be the death of the Republican Party.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: vrb8m 1/12/2021 6:16:16 PM (No. 658374)
According to sources. Said to believe. Don't they ever get tired of spewing this same old same?
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Californian 1/12/2021 6:21:53 PM (No. 658382)
NYT, anonymous sources. Why do they keep trying to tell the big lie? We're done with them. If they're ever right it's just a fluke. The "people familiar with his thinking" are the writer's dog and 2 cats. They had a column deadline so wrote some junk to fill column inches. Journalists used to not print anything without 2 sources and named them. Now they don't even have 1 source.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: SweetSweetback 1/12/2021 6:39:58 PM (No. 658400)
And the duplicitous and unpopular Turtle used Trump’s endorsement to win in November, and 2026 is light years away. Maybe a recall is in order?
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Reply 7 - Posted by: columba 1/12/2021 6:47:47 PM (No. 658414)
Considering they way the GOP is acting, it would be more reasonable to eliminate the GOP and establish a new party.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: bad-hair 1/12/2021 6:56:52 PM (No. 658437)
Who said Trump was EVER part of the GOP ? There are 80 MILLION voters who are about done with the GOP. You showed us the "Never-Trumpers. Here come the Never-Democratters. You won't steal 2022. .
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Felixed 1/12/2021 7:04:42 PM (No. 658447)
If McConnell goes down the impeachment path with Dems, he will in effect, be signing the death warrant for the Republican Party. Is he that stupid? Why kill the Uniparty Kabuki theatre that he's excelled at all this time? Sure, he and every other corrupt politician would love to shoot Trump with a silver bullet then drive a wooden stake through his heart... but a little late-night reading should be on their schedule. What to read? I suggest they start with the search word "Whigs"
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Reply 10 - Posted by: GoodDeal 1/12/2021 7:06:40 PM (No. 658452)
Don’t worry about purging Trump he is leaving voluntarily and forming the MAGA Party which will kick your sorry arses all across the fruited plain.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: zephyrgirl 1/12/2021 7:09:22 PM (No. 658460)
What these morons don't realize is that if they throw Trump out of the Republican party, he'll take a big chunk of his supporters with him, and they likely won't get them back. Their virtue-signaling won't win them a single leftist's vote and it sure turns off the base.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: LC Chihuahua 1/12/2021 7:21:48 PM (No. 658486)
Purge Trump from the GOP would be the same as purging millions of Republican voters. That's hard to believe. Its also from the lying New York Times. The only reason the Republican party would do this is if they are paving the way for one party rule which isn't outside the realm of possibility. We live in interesting times folks.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Boliver 1/12/2021 7:26:19 PM (No. 658491)
Duplicitous piece of schiff, I am sick to death of this man!! This is why I will not vote for or support the Republican party ever again. We need a new party that reflects our views and us! Mitch is a joke of a human being!!
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Reply 14 - Posted by: paral04 1/12/2021 7:37:20 PM (No. 658514)
I think Trump will see that Mitch will be purged as well.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: cgood 1/12/2021 7:53:45 PM (No. 658541)
The Turtle needs to go.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Anti_democRAT 1/12/2021 7:54:25 PM (No. 658542)
Does this mean he will give trump a senate trial. Rudy always said he can prove the fraud in a 2 day hearing and he never got it. If u prove the fraud the article is null and void, its basis is there was no fraud. Impeach Trump
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Cortillaen 1/12/2021 8:57:50 PM (No. 658612)
Y'know, I agree with Yertle the Turtle. I think the GOP should be purged. Then all of us unwanted folks can make a party that actually cares about the citizens and leave Yertle and his cronies to play with the few percent of the GOP left over. It'd be fun watching him be responsible for getting sub-Green Party vote counts.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: FunOne 1/12/2021 9:11:09 PM (No. 658626)
The reality, Mitch, is that most of the 74 million people who voted for Trump did so because they know he did more for them and the USA than Mitch and the republicans swamp creatures. These people will aim their displeasure at Mitch and his fellow RINOs for their traitorous act to a greater degree than to the democrats. Do this at your own peril, Mitch.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Peach1 1/12/2021 9:32:59 PM (No. 658646)
Ya’ll can GTH!!!
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Reply 20 - Posted by: Venturer 1/12/2021 10:02:35 PM (No. 658667)
It will make it easier for me to purge myself from the republicrat party. Doesn't this fool realize how man Republicans voted for Trump. Kentucky Purge yourself on the Turtle. His Statements prove he doesn't have any idea how republicans think.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: Norgay 1/12/2021 10:04:49 PM (No. 658670)
He’s not that dumb to know that many of he fellow Republicans road President Trump’s coat tails into office. Does he think the 74 million plus Trump voters will be okay with this? Or is the allure of all that China money to strong?
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Reply 22 - Posted by: Venturer 1/12/2021 10:21:29 PM (No. 658680)
When Mitch wakes up tomorrow and see this and starts thinking about what he said he will be backtracking full speed to the rear.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: MDConservative 1/12/2021 10:28:59 PM (No. 658694)
Mitch and the GOPe/UNIPARTY simply don't give a rip about you, me or any grassroots "conservatives". The UNIPARTY set out to bag themselves PDT, and they got him. Now they will do what they must to chisel MAGA and Trump from history however they can. And PDT can go to Florida, keep his counsel, and keep the perks coming his way. He'll be in a gilded cage exile - in exchange for disappearing. Don't think he hasn't gotten the message...make trouble and the UNIPARTY will come down on him like a proverbial ton of bricks. You think Gen. Flynn was blackmailed through his son? Think of what PDT has at stake - his family, his business and his future. Step out of line and NY legal beagles will have him hung out on tax technicalities, if not criminal indictments. Then the IRS will start finding things in those returns pending audit. Back taxes, penalties, charges of perjury and evasion... And those rape charges? Some crackerjack prosecutor will get an indictment if needed, and then a perp walk to Rikers Island, maybe get the Epstein Memorial Cell. And you know who the message is for? YOU! If they can hammer a former President, they can hammer you, too. Don't get out of line...DOJ's Civil Rights Division may be soon calling.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: hershey 1/12/2021 10:31:24 PM (No. 658698)
Don't worry about it doofus...Trump is going to create his OWN political group, as well as his own social network...so go pound sand you traitor...
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Reply 25 - Posted by: Mofongo 1/12/2021 11:23:34 PM (No. 658735)
I have been a Republican for 30 years and I will never f-ing vote again. It is way overrated. So, Mitch, one down.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: bighambone 1/12/2021 11:57:33 PM (No. 658765)
McConnell has been making pretty big mistakes these days. When he stuck with the $600 stimulus payouts when the Democrats were all for $2000 stimulus payouts before the Georgia runoff election, that decision alone may well have thrown a lot of votes away from the Republican candidates to the Democrat candidates. Now there are about 75 million Trump supporters out there, who have been reliable Republican voters up to this point, and McConnell wants to impeach Trump and kick him out of the Republican Party. If just half of the Trump supporters also leave the Republican Party following anything the wimpy Republicans do to sabotage Trump, the Republicans would be in dire straights trying to compete with the leftist and liberal Democrats in future elections as the Democrats are gaining hundreds of thousands of new foreign born voters each year alone. The wimpy establishment Republicans haven’t been called the stupid party for nothing.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: 24tea@Mag 1/13/2021 1:18:05 AM (No. 658807)
A turn-cost and an embarrassment to Trump voters. After 4 plus years of liberal abuse from Democrats , Trump did nothing wrong.
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Reply 28 - Posted by: DVC 1/13/2021 2:56:32 AM (No. 658848)
NYT is a lying source of Communist propaganda, and has been since the 1930s. They are desperate to try to convince Trump supporters to abandon him. Personally, that is NOT going to happen.
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Reply 29 - Posted by: WhamDBambam 1/13/2021 6:37:41 AM (No. 658940)
Look at the source and the poster, draw your own conclusions.
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Reply 30 - Posted by: Sorosisbehindit 1/13/2021 7:50:50 AM (No. 658997)
I have started a document of republican traitors and heroes that stood for or against Trump. Traitors: McConnell, Liz Cheney, Kevin McCarthy, Pat Toomey, Mitt Romney, Susan Collins, Ben Sasse I will never trust these republicans again: Tom Cotton, Bill Cassidy, Lisa Murkowski, Lindsey Graham, Joni Ernst Heroes: Ted Cruz, John Kennedy, Tommy Tuberville, Alex Mooney, Roger Marshall, Roger Wicker, Roy Blunt, Cindy Hyde-Smith, Rick Scott, Josh Hawley, Matt Rosendale, Andy Biggs. We might be able to count on these in a vote: Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, Steve Daines, Kevin Cramer, Tim Scott
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